To Drink from the Well: UNC alumna writes book on University history and systemic racism


Geeta N. Kapur, a civil rights lawyer and two-time UNC alumna, concludes her book "To Drink from the Well: The Struggle for Racial Equality at the Nation’s Oldest Public University" with these words: “May the injustices exposed to the light of truth within these pages lead to restorative justice, reparations, and healing..." The book is the first of its kind. (Daily Tar Heel)

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To Drink from the Well: UNC alumna writes book on University history and systemic racism


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